Why The American Judiacairy System Is The Core

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WHY THE AMERICAN JUDIACAIRY SYSTEM IS THE CORE SYSTEM IN THE AMERICAN DEMOCRACY Since 1990, after the collapse of socialism in many countries, liberal democratic ideal was became the ideal concept for some new born countries, including Eastern European countries, which were the parts of the former Soviet Union, by its political, economic, and societal means. Unfortunately, from the internationally accepted study or data, such as World Bank or the United Nation’s studies and data, it can be seen that those, especially, the Eastern European countries’ political and economic achievements have been stuck in the certain level of such developments. Even some of their political systems are returning into authoritarianism, while others have…show more content…
The study will have three separate sections. The first section will discuss about the democracy and liberal democratic ideal, the second section will focus on the Judiciary system, its components and the third section is about judges’ appointment and a judiciary review. Then required data and methodologies will be discussed. From the conclusion, the possible model of the liberal democracy can be seen. IDEOLOGICAL BACKGROUND One of the long-standing pursuits of the human well-being among scholars is the notion of the ‘democracy’. Initially, the word ‘democracy’ is derived from the Greek word ‘demos’ and ‘cratein’, which mean ‘common people’s rule’. Despite having some disputes over the exact meaning of this word and comprehension, the types of the democracy, and its wave, the meaning is mainly considered as ‘government or rule by the people’ throughout the world (Terence 2014). Because of the certain characteristics of the political ideologies, democracy is divided into three main conceptions, including liberal democracy, social democracy, and people’s democracy. The notion of liberal democracy covers two basic understandings, which are the rule should be devoted to protecting individual’s right and liberty, and the
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